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The Right's Strange New Hero: Gavin Newsom
You may remember that straight San Francisco mayor with the perfect hair and square jaw who stood athwart history yelling, "Yes!" to gay marriage.
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Inside Bay Area
Political Blotter: Assemblyman working on election recount reform bill
This is a sampling from Bay Area News Group's Political Blotter blog. Read more and post comments at www.ibabuzz.com/politics .
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Miami Herald
San Francisco with the kids
When visiting San Francisco," the variety of activities and dining options can be overwhelmingh.
San Mateo Daily Journal
Stores closing to make way for development: Centennial Village...
With the closure of a Safeway at the corner of El Camino Real and South Spruce Avenue to make way for the new mixed-use shopping, housing and office development, it's full speed ahead for the new South San Francisco shopping center.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Live the Good Life at the Four Seasons Punta Mita in Mexico
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that living the good life is the best way to keep up with the Joneses.
Anna, Kimberly and Julia Slifko are shown with a national landmark and an East Central Ohio icon in San Francisco recently.
Readers weigh in on a best citiesa list, San Franciscoa s decline
That's what a number of SFGate readers wanted to know after reading my post last week on Travel+Leisure's 2014 "World's Best Cities" Top 10 rankings for international destinations, in which Kyoto, Japan, and Charleston, S.C., held the top two positions Many commenters also scoffed at the idea of three Southern cities making the Top 10 in the ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
San Jose Mercury News
A16 somm revamps A.G. Ferrari's wine program
A.G. Ferrari is increasing its regional Italian wine selection in all of its Berkeley, Oakland and San Francisco stores.
Dogpatch Residents Call for Extension of T-Line Loop
Dogpatch residents are calling on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to move the planned T-line turnaround from Third and 18th streets to 23rd Street.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Bridge District Wants to Eliminate Route Between SF, Sonoma County
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District is proposing to eliminate one of its Golden Gate Transit bus routes between Sonoma County and San Francisco.
7 Things You Never Knew Were Invented in Oakland
While San Francisco and Berkeley have long been lauded for their contributions to pop culture via food and science , it's time Oakland gets its due.
Oregon study details brain pathways linking visual function, running
Christopher Niell, a biologist and member of the University of Oregon's Institute of Neuroscience, directed a team that provided new details in the journal Neuron about a brainstem circuit in... EUGENE, Ore.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Child migrant crisis reaching Bay Area -- but you have to look hard to find it
The shelters that house child migrants fleeing their violent homelands are so hidden that it took a long time before Jim Lorenz realized he saw one every day, across a wood fence and a row of Italian cypress trees.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Megabus reserved seating comes with a catch in Burbank
Megabus will offer reserved seating options to California travelers this fall, but there's a catch for riders at its Burbank location: The option includes arrivals to the city, not from.
Mission Groups Face Influx of Immigrant Youth
Every week, unaccompanied children arrive in their lobbies seeking help for everything from imminent deportation to reuniting with loved ones in the Bay Area.
Have A Romantic Vacation In San Francisco
From romantic accommodations to quiet dinners and from walks on the beach to a ride on the trolley, San Francisco has it all.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Etihad Airways to strengthen network in United States with launch of daily service to San Francisco
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will expand its United States network to six destinations with the launch of a San Francisco service on 18 November 2014.
Where to Celebrate Bastille Day in SF
Break out your beret, red scarf, and horizontal stripes today as San Francisco celebrates French National Day with a series of Bastille Day bashes.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
With Shebooks, female writers get an e-format of their own
Rachel Greenfield , Peggy Northrop and Laura Fraser created Shebooks for the booming market of female readers.
Gritty southern waterfront city's last industrial stretch
A woman visits Terry Francois Boulevard at Agua Vista Park between McCovey Cove and Mission Rock.